Hi fellow '335ers'
Although I am 'reasonably' familiar with use of arpegios and triads in soloing, there is an extension to this topic, and if possible, I'd like Larry to cover this during his additional one hour videos.
That is the topic of 'super arpegios' (there may be another term to describe this also). From what I have read, the theory of this goes something like this -"
Take a triad - for example an C major triad, then move up by a Major 3rd interval, and play a minor triad (which would be an E Minor triad). Then take it up by a minor 3rd interval and play a major triad (which would be G Major triad), and so on. You could keep moving up by a major third, then a minor third, playing alternate minor and major triads continously. So in the above example, this would be:
C maj, Em, G maj, Bm, DMaj, F#m, Amaj, Dbm, Emaj, etc.
My guess is that this type of usage of triads would be most effective in modal types settings, and perhaps some specific harmonic contexts.
According to Leon White, Larry uses this at times during his great 'Mulberry Street' solo from Strikes Twice. I have attempted to utilise this concept from time to time, with no real great results.
I was wondering if Larry could explain the concept and also perhaps how it can be applied effectively, with some examples within some kind of musically context.
That would be really interesting.